I haven’t done a haul post in forever. In fact, I haven’t done a proper post apart from the monthly updates.

I had zero intention of buying anything from SASA, we went there because my sister wanted to get a clay mask and after an hour there, we came out with two paper bags of beauty products.


I’ve always wanted to try out products from Chosungah 22, but it can be pricy, so finally when there’s a sale, I obviously had to get some stuff! From left to right.
Chosungah 22, Fresh Ade Cleanser Peach 320, RM27.70 after 70% off. The tester smells super delicious!
Chosungah 22, Brow Dong Gong Minn Brow Maker, RM20.70 after 70% off.
Bifesta, Bright Up Foaming Whip Cleanser, RM20.70 I think, usual price is RM24. Bought this because the product looks super interesting, plus the packaging is really eye-catching!


Mask galore up next.
2 packs for RM50, 10 sheet masks in one box.
Soo Beauté Jeju Cactus Mask.
Soo Beauté Jeju Dandelion Mask.


Soo Beauté Pore Refresh Black Bubble Sheet. RM78 for 10 sheets. This is slightly pricier as it has more benefits than a regular sheet mask. I tried this last night and it was really refreshing, I am not sure if the blackheads really came out but it felt nice. Bubbles actually started to appear after five mins of putting on the mask, I left the mask for a good half an hour, even though the instruction suggested to leave it on for 10 – 15 minutes.


Two more boxes of masks, ten sheets in each box, the deal was buy one at RM45, and another one for an additional RM1. Basically, RM46 for two boxes.
Soo Beauté Whiten-Vital Ampoule Mask.
Soo Beauté Purify-Vital Ampoule Mask.

The amount of mask may seem a lot but I apply masks almost everyday. Some people say its not good but its working well for me, so I’ll just continue the routine. Next post is the customary monthly update post. 😉




Mask Routine

Hello everyone!

To make up for the lack of posts, I decided to share with you guys, my mask routine.

I use a few different types of mask. If I am not lazy then I’ll apply the mask three to four times a week. It may sound a lot but usually I’m too lazy to do. 🙂

Right now, I’m using the Decléor’s Aroma Pureté, Etude House’s Wonder Pore Freshner, Wonder Pore Clay Clear, and Yogurt Wash-Off Pack.

I know that’s a lot of mask, I’m not sure if it’s good to use so many mask in a week, but it’s okay for me.

For the Decléor’s, I mix it with some toner because it’s pretty thick, the toner will help when I apply it on. For this, I use 1-2 in two weeks.

The Etude House’s Clay Clear mask is to minimize the pore, I was told to put some water on my face before applying. Same for the Decléor’s mask, I’ll use this 1-2 in two weeks, because these two masks are heavier, if it makes sense.

As for the Wonder Pore Freshner and Yogurt Wash-Off mask, these masks are mainly to keep my face refreshed. The Yogurt Wash-Off mask is pretty self explanatory. Normally, I’ll put the pack I want in the fridge beforehand so it’ll feel more refreshing.

The Wonder Pore Freshner, how do I use it? The product is actually a toner to minimize pore, but I was told that it can be used as a mask too, so I bought a pack of mask paper from SASA, spray a good amount of the freshner on the mask paper and put it on for about 10-15 minutes.


These are the products and the mask paper. (The Wonder Pore Clay Clear are in sample size, but I have already bought the original sized.) (Also, excuse the bag quality photo)

That’s all for today! Hope everyone had a good weekend! 🙂

Colourful Nails

Hello everyone!

I am back with a post on nails. YAY!

Yesterday night, I decided to paint my nails, to be precise, I’ve only painted on my left hand due to laziness, but I am planning to paint my right hand tonight. 🙂


These are the nails.

I wanted to try the chevron nails, but only for the tips, and for the middle finger, I decided to do the top instead of the tip.

My first attempt, not bad. Will practice more to get it right!

If you’re wondering how I did it, it’s really simple.

First, I skipped the base coat and started with the colour I chose and waited for it to dry.

Then I cut tape into small piece and tape it to the nail according to the shape I liked.

After that, I painted the nails with another colour, and immediately take the tape out.

Let it dry and finish it off with a top coat. Voila!

If you’re wondering what nail polish I was using, here they are.


From left to right. (Orange, Blue Suade Shoes, I Like Pina Coladas [looks so orange on camera, it’s a really nice bright pink], Purple in Paris, Notoriously Beautiful)

The last nail polish doesn’t have a name, it’s from SASA.

The orange, blue, both purple ones are from H&M. And the rest are from Rubi.

All of the nail polish dries up really quickly, which I love.

Sorry for the blur photos, and the colours are not showing up as it is in real life. Will try my best to take better shots.

Another Etude House haul is coming up. 😉

Love, Sharmaine 🙂